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cbs forecast. >>> if your car is damaged in a muddy mess like the one in daly city, do you have to pay to clean it up? consumer watch asks about insurance coverage. >>> eyewitness news is sponsored by blue shield of california, a not for profit health plan. ,, secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. ,,,, about 80-years old is at the center of a water main break that flooded a daly city >>> and recapping tonight's top story, a pipe that is about 80 years old is at the center of a water main break that flooded a daly city neighborhood with mud. the pipe split in two this morning, sending 40,000 gallons of water into the streets near hillside park. no homes were flooded or damaged. but about a dozen cars had mud up to their wheels, or higher. and it could be days before the car owners get back on the road. >> consumer watch reporter julie watson in daly city to tell us whose insurance -- are they going to cover these cars? >> rep
coverage now of that huge mess in daly city. we were the first tv crew there after a water main break flooded a neighborhood. tara is live back there with new footage. >> reporter: just a few minutes ago, crews pulled you and they are assessing the damage. p we had a chance to actually take a like up this hill and get a better look at the gaping hole. wow. we were told it's a 20 x 20. it seems closer than that when you are standing. engineers have inspected the hillside and they say it is -- it sa -- it is safe. >> war ar-- we're gonna keep the rains out. keep in the gully area and sustain and keep it there. >> reporter: now, the main break unfolded 45,000 gallons of water, trapping at least a dozen cars in it's link. the. they have this instrument and then are putting it in different spots. right about this spot. that's about four feet into monday -- mud. so they are assessing everything. this is a very, very large area. it's completely opened up. crews are gonna be out here football -- for probably most of the die. >> thank you. >>> we have more details now on names color damage wil
. crews in daly city are working feverishly to clear out that massive mudslide before it gets even worse. nbc bay area's christie smith shows us what is being done, and why neighbors are still concerned. >> reporter: no sleeping in today. the front loader started at day break at hillside park, moving the mudslide by emanuel romero's home. >> i think if there is anything about the integrity hill that we needed to be worried about, they would tell us. we're assuming things are safe for now. >> reporter: his car was towed back to his house when it was nearly buried yesterday when a pipe broke, sending 45,000 gallons of water, sand, and mud down the same avenue, and now heavy rain is coming. >> if we're going to be bringing in some hay bales and uncovering where the storm drains have been covered over. >> reporter: he says the engineers say the 12 homes that were evacuate ready safe, but they need geotek cal advice on permanent repairs to the hill. for now it's about diverting rainwater. >> once we get the weather taken care we can sequentially take the mud out of the park itself. right now
in daly city are working hard to clean up a massive mudslide before it gets worse. they brought in heavy equipment to hillside park under 3 feet of mud still. they are trying to dig a path and use straw and hay to keep it from flowing back in the street. yesterday a pipe broke spilling 45,000 gallons of water and sand and mud. look at that car, nearly buried in mud which has now been cleared out. 40 neighbors were evacuated but their homes luckily are safe. >> i think if there's anything about the integrity of the hill that we need to be worried about, they would tell us. >> the department of water and water management says that engineers believe the hillside is stable as you heard. after the rain is over, they may have to move the mud back into the area. the city will need gee geo technical advice to come up with a fix. >>> cal students are fighting to keep tuition from going up again. the board unveiled the framework for next year's budget and tuition hikes could be on the way. nbc bay area's jody hernandez joins us live where students are taking a stand and even the governor says this
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